Grateful Dead Live at Richfield Coliseum on 1994-03-20
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Source: AUD (SchoepsCMC34>Oade>SV255) > DAT > CDR > WAV > SHN; via M.Ratliff; Seeded to etree by neo_levo
- 2004-05-28 13:02:56
- Schoeps CMC34 > Oade > Panasonic SV255 > DAT > CDR > WAV > SF > SHN
- Richfield, OH
- Audience: Schoeps CMC34's
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- Richfield Coliseum
Subject: I am on an amazing journey
Distant AUD recording. Sounds like a good show, but hard to tell. I liked Estimated and Black Peter>Thowing Stones>NFA. Short I Fought the Law to close it out.
Subject: 14 IN A ROW
Subject: last of the Richfield shows
looking back at the set lists for both nights, i don't remember these shows at all. i wasn't fucked up, the just don't stand out. i went to every show at The Coliseum and these just don't register.
sound quality on this sucks ass too. terrible.
Subject: bread crumb
Subject: This was my first show...
Subject: "." Nonintuitive
Subject: Awesome show
Subject: I mean come on....
Subject: Spring 94 was great
I remember that spring , i was 19 . I went on to see my 1st two Dead concerts later that summer . Beside some crowd noise ocassionally , this show has some energy . I love an unpredictable Cold rain followed by All over now opener . I remember that spring .. The cancellation of the field trip on August 92 was still fresh . All of 1993 ( ! ] was still so so fresh = ]
I had a friend who went and saw these 2 shows in OH ( I was living in Iowa ] . He had really good post show remarks . Also as opposed to the 16th and 17 th in Rosemont ( which ive owned and heard for a years ] . These shows are many notches above in fluidity , concentration etc . Not that the shows at the Rose in spring 94 werent good . But it seems as the band woke up , after that run ( Although ivent listened to the 18th ] .
Bobby W also sounds , from the start ON ( He stands out } . Playing dirty , mad and gnarly guitar . That the next night would climax with a potent pre drums for the ages ( Picasso moon - new speedway - Victim or the crime - he s gone }
I hold 1994 pretty dear in my GD memories . In Iowa , i remember we had a HE*K of a winter so spring time coming , and the Dead coming near was tremendous importance
By Lazy river Rd , we realize the band is completely determined to give a 5 star performance ; that almost fell with a bluffed end of All over now , and a lackluster candyman . From then on the show picks up ( with a roaring Let it grow ] .
I remember the band having had a great 1993 , in 1994 were determined and expected to deliver the goods . And they did . Over all this period in the band's music had so many surprises and good things to weigh out the boring or lackluster moments
If anyone remembers ' 94 at all , you ll remember that all eyes were on this band to give a summer tour for the ages , which they mostly and partly did , and in general to supply us with the great party music we all searched for - in a live setting or at home .
Thanks for posting this night in Richfield, OH
Subject: good sound?
Subject: Great Show. Great Recording
The two nights at Richfield alone have led me in search of other shows which may have survived the curse of '94. They are real gems. the 3-21-04 "He's Gone" is perhaps the best rendition ever done anywhere anytime in my opinion.
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